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Vitamin D  

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium. In order to build strong, healthy bones, our bodies need to have the right amount of Vitamin D. The human body actually makes some Vitamin D when skin is exposed to sunlight.


For many years, medical professionals have recognized how important this vitamin is to improving our health and just how many people out there are actually Vitamin D deficient.

Symptoms of Low Vitamin D include:

  • Fatigue and exhaustion

  • Frequent sickness or infection

  • Bone and back pain

  • Depression and loss of interest

Proper levels of Vitamin D are:

  • Essential to weight loss and metabolic function

  • Crucial to improving or preventing the symptoms of osteoporosis

  • Important for alleviating seasonal depression


Vitamin D is known as one of the most important vitamins for your body. It targets belly fat, aids in cold and flu prevention, keeps bones and muscles strong, and is a great anti-aging benefit for the brain. Studies show that maintaining higher levels can reduce the risk of certain cancers.


Potential benefits:

  • Enhances mood

  • Strengthens bones

  • Alleviating muscle aches

  • Boosts immune system

  • Promising treatment for depression and pain

  How often can I do the injections?

• Vitamin D shots are the most effective when taken at regular intervals.  We recommend once weekly for 4 weeks, followed by once a month.  A regular injection schedule can be individualized.  Our Vitamin D can be administered with some of our other injections if desired.

  Side effects and warnings

• Some redness and swelling at the injection site may occur and should begin to clear up within 48 hours.  

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